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Blue Hill at Stone Barns occupies an elegant stone building nestled amid gardens and pastures on a year-round working farm in Pocantico Hills, New York — so it makes sense that the interior design of the restaurant is imbued with a pastoral feel. The main dining room, which seats about 75 diners, features high, vaulted ceilings with dark iron beams traversing the space. As you sit in a banquette or cozy wooden booth, you'll notice the bright pink and green floral displays that seem to be suspended in the center of the room. Farm life is also reflected in a stately oil painting on the back wall of the restaurant that adds verdant touches to the otherwise neutral space. For a glimpse of real farm life, though, simply gaze out one of the dozens of windows that allow light to flood into the serene dining room at this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant.